Dustin ABSOLUTELY you can reserve a room at your local library to start having meetings!! We tried that for a few months 'til it was just me and only just last month started up again!
Get to know one another, share how you found out about it and if they have read the book. PS...Amazon.com has them for $5...you wouldn't have to GIVE them away you could loan them and thus give you a reason to follow-up with their reading progress.
At the meetings you can have a laptop computer and share the FairTax.org website and make sure that all in attendance are members here on FairTaxNation.
Dustin I don't have your personal e-mail in my FairTax address book...zip it to me and I can share what I am doing & you can duplicate/adjust to whatever suits you!
Hey Dustin Twiggs...I will take my "energy being contagious" as a compliment. LOL Let me know when you get the book and maybe we can read it together separately...I have read mine at least 2x but it helps me to read it over and over and over....
Hey Dustin, did you get the book? Were you able to read it? What'd you think? HEY...are you going to become a community coordinator? You can act like one without the title...I know I did for a while! You do have more access to things as a community coordinator. Just thought I'd zip you a note...I'm off to bed!!
I'd start calling B&N, Hastings, even some used book stores. Sure wish I'd known I could have sent one to you. The FairTax Book by Neal Boortz...You'll have to let me know what you think after you get done reading it!! It is a REAL eye opener!!!
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